Raise Your Game National Conference 2018

Kick It Out hosted its eighth National Raise Your Game conference at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on 16 April 2018, supported by the Premier League.


Crawley Town Supporters Disabled Association - #FansForDiversity Mini-Documentary Series

The Fans For Diversity campaign, which is run in partnership by Kick It Out and the Football Supporters’ Federation, released a four-part mini-documentary series featuring four supporters groups across the country to highlight the diversity of fanbases in English football.

The series, which was produced by All Mouth No Action, offers an insight into the unique matchday experience of the supporters, as well as exploring the reasons why they love their club and explaining some of the discrimination or barriers faced by those fans in attending football games.

The first film features Crawley Town Supporters Disabled Association.


Foxes Pride - Leicester City LGBT Supporters Group - #FansForDiversity Mini-Documentary Series

The second film of the Fans For Diversity mini-documentary series features Foxes Pride, Leicester City's LGBT supporters group.


Punjabi Rams - Derby County Supporters - #FansForDiversity Mini-Documentary Series

The third film of the Fans For Diversity mini-documentary series features Punjabi Rams, Derby County's Punjabi supporters group.

Manchester City Women Official Supporters Club - #FansForDiversity Mini-Documentary Series

The fourth film of the Fans For Diversity mini-documentary series features Manchester City Women's Official Supporters Club.


Kick It Out and Premier League clubs unite against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, has released a film featuring players from every Premier League club which seeks to promote LGBT+ inclusion in football and emphasise that homophobic, biphobic or transphobic (HBT) discrimination has no place in the game.


Fans For Diversity Hub at Leyton Orient

Watch this short video on the Fans For Diversity Hub, situated in the East Stand of Leyton Orient's Matchroom Stadium. The Hub, supported by Kick It Out, the Football Supporters’ Federation and First Class Facilities Management, provides a unique matchday experience for diverse groups and organisations, allowing them to enjoy a professional game in a safe and comfortable environment.


Joe Jacobson joins Kick It Out for ambassador event

Wycombe Wanderers Defender Joe Jacobson joins Kick It Out for an Ambassador Event at Chiltern Way Academy, educating young people about diversity and discrimination.


Kick It Out speaks to Jordan Nobbs

Kick It Out spoke with Ambassador Jordan Nobbs, midfielder for Arsenal Women’s FC, about recent changes in the women’s game.


A.S.P.I.R.E Intersafe Event

Kick It Out's Young Ambassador Group A.S.P.I.R.E. (Ambassadors Supporting and Promoting Inclusion, Respect and Equality) hosted their first event for the organisation on Sunday 6 August 2017, which raised awareness of anti-Muslim hate.


Equality Inspires Academy Awareness Weekend at Watford FC

In October 2016, Kick It Out and the Premier League hosted the second annual Academy Awareness Weekend to celebrate the work of the Equality Inspires programme. Troy Townsend, Kick It Out's Education Manager and lead on the Equality Inspires programme, was in attendance as Watford FC took part in the weekend of celebration.


#RYG17 National Conference

Watch our video from our national Raise Your Game conference, held at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Monday 24 April, supported by the Premier League. Find out more about our Raise Your Game series by visiting our website: www.kickitout.org


Tackling Homophobic, Biphobic and Transphobic Behaviour at Football Stadia

Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, has partnered with the Home Office and True Vision to release a series of informative and engaging resources that raise awareness of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) discrimination within football stadia. Watch this film featuring five football supporters explaining their experiences as LGB&T individuals


Fans For Diversity FC V Stonewall FC - Exhibition Match

On Wednesday 22 February, Fans For Diversity FC hosted their first match against Stonewall FC, the World's most successful gay club. The Fans For Diversity campaign was launched jointly by Kick It Out and the Football Supporters' Federation, to help target a number of fan initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion across the professional and non-league game. 


#KlickItOut - Tackling football-related discrimination on social media

Kick It Out, English football’s equality and inclusion organisation, is running a campaign based around Euro 2016 to raise awareness of football-related discrimination across social media and highlight reporting procedures.


Kick It Out's Fundraising Evening at Chelsea FC

Kick It Out hosted a successful fundraising and awareness evening at Stamford Bridge in February 2016 to expand the organisation’s Education Programme to tackle prejudice and hate incidents in football.

Hosted by Caroline Barker, the likes of Chris Hughton, Marieanne Spacey, Chris Powell, politician Chuka Umunna and Rimla Akhtar, Chair of the Muslim Women's Sports Foundation, all spoke on stage. While Ballet Black and the David Idowu Choir provided entertainment.


Kick It Out and the FSF's Non League Day Roadshow

Kick It Out, in partnership with the Football Supporters' Federation and Football Exclusives, visited Aldershot Town, Boreham Wood, Bromsgrove Sporting and Sheffield FC ahead of their dedicated games for Non League Day in October 2015.


The Y-Word

A short film addressing antisemitism in football.


Let's Kick Sexism Out Of Football

McCann London has created a short film for the Kick It Out campaign. Kick It Out challenges all forms of discrimination and unacceptable behaviour. www.kickitout.org


Kick Homophobia Out of Football. A film from the FA and Kick It Out.

A film from Kick It Out aimed at tackling homophobic abuse in football. Made in conjunction with the FA and produced by Ogilvy.

WARNING CONTAINS LANGUAGE AND GESTURES SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND DISTRESSING OR OFFENSIVE.